The efficiency measurement of business intelligence systems in the big data-driven economy: A multidimensional model
Information Discovery and Delivery
School of Business and Law
Purpose: There is a growing importance of business intelligence systems (BIS) adoption in today’s digital economy age which is characterized by uncertainty and ambiguity considering the magnitude and influence of data-related issues to be solved in contemporary businesses. This study aims to investigate critical success factors that affect business intelligence efficiency based on the DeLone and McLean model in Jordanian banking industry. Design/methodology/approach: A quantitative research method through a questionnaire was used to collect data from actual users who depend on business intelligence tools to make operational and strategic decisions in Jordanian banks. The data obtained were tested using the partial least squares–structural equation modeling approach. Findings: The survey findings attest that system quality, information quality, user quality, user satisfaction and user performance are important factors and contribute to business intelligence efficiency in the Jordanian banking industry. Practical implications: The findings gained from this work can help policymakers in Jordanian banks to improve the business intelligence success and organizational performance. Originality/value: To the best of the authors’ knowledge, this study is the first of its kind to propose a theoretical model to assess drivers of BIS efficiency from the Jordanian banks’ perspective.
Al-Okaily, A., Teoh, A. P., Al-Okaily, M., Iranmanesh, M., & Al-Betar, M. A. (2023). The efficiency measurement of business intelligence systems in the big data-driven economy: A multidimensional model. Information Discovery and Delivery. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1108/IDD-01-2022-0008